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Blake joins League of California Community Foundations’ Board

Veronica Blake, chief executive officer of Placer Community Foundation, was appointed to the Board of Directors of the League of California Community Foundations.   In this ...

Media Life: Auburn filmmaker’s newest cuts through the noise

Expatriate Auburnite Brandon Vedder is on his way to playing an integral role in bringing another groundbreaking documentary to the big screen. Working with Pasadena indie filmmak ...

Media Life: U.S. Hall of Fame honors for Auburn’s Olympic gold medalist

Add another golden achievement to Stacy Dragila’s Olympian list of accomplishments. And while her just-announced selection to this year’s class of inductees into the N ...

Auburn's Veterans Day parade honors sacrifices for freedom

The drumbeat of memory rattled to life Tuesday on the streets of Auburn, a community that showed once again its appreciation for veterans. Marching bands played. An airplane flew ...

Awards given to 4-H standouts

From left, Leila Doty from Dry Creek 4-H and Theresa Wood from Gold Country 4-H with their Gold Star Awards on Achievement Night, Oct. 17 at the Loomis Veterans Memorial Hall. More ...

Library ‘Friends’ can be four-legged too

Deputy Chris Oliver, center, and his K-9 partner “First” are joined by firefighters Sam Berry, left, and Justin Wood at the Friends of the Applegate Library Book Sale o ...

Auburn Royalty or “Fairest of them all”

Don’t hate me for being a former queen, but who doesn’t like dressing up and feeling like a princess? Almost 10 years ago I was crowned Tri-County Talent Celebrity and ...

Media Life: Perry King’s “The Divide” poised for Cool ranch shoot in 2015

Perry King knows he’s stepping out of the Hollywood mold. But King, an actor who has found fame on TV’s “Riptide” and in notable films like “The Day ...

Media Life: Reporter’s-eye view was up close on day Mike Davis died

  It was a barrage of shots that crackled through a quiet residential area of Auburn. It  was a barrage of shots that continue to reverberate in the local and national ...

Media Life: State Theatre work unearths long-lost 1930 art deco treasure

A vertically challenged genie? A variation on the theatrical “tragedy-comedy” mask, this time memorializing loud acting? A stylized tribute to Aztec culture run amok? ...